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it is very close night....if not longer... before an official winner is announced. stay with us for continuung coverage of vote 2012.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. maryland voters are deciding peveral controversial ballot issues, including same sex marriige. and those questions are exxected to drive up turn out at the polls. polls. joel . smith is live at a polling location in cockeysville now, with more on expected turnout, and a closer look at question 6. 3 3 3 guys more than 430 thousand voters are excused today, because ttey already voted! in maryland this time... with alomst twice as many people choosing to castttheir ballots that way than in 2010. still, bout.... 55-percent of still, pegistered voters are expected you can see from all the ballot arr a big reasoo why.h why. question 6 is a historic referrendum item in maryland. never have voters in any referenduu...to a - legalize...same ex marriage. that's why suuporters...inclu dinn overnor o'malley ere seen making some final pitches yesterdayy thh law would prohibit any house of prooib
have 11 minutes to call us at 410-481-45455tt laim your ! prize!want tt get your name in the box?go to faaebook dot com slash foxbaltimore and clicc &pon "ccntests" to fill out the form and read the official ruues. 3 3 3 3 &p 3 3 &p3 the otes are coming ii as we speak on this election day... and according to he most recent polls... the race for the white house is going to be a close one. one.megan gilliland is here numberssat this hourr good morring guys,righh now... the polls show it's very close. pot longer... before an announced.the "real-clear" politics average offpolls... shows president baraak obama with a slight lead over &prepublicannmitt romney.3 of phow obama ahead.2 olls show romney aheed.and 3 including &ptte most recent poll... actualll show the race tied. there's no question that these ffnal hours are crucial for as they presenn closing arguments on the campaign trail. "does raising taxes put people to work? (no!))how about his avalanchh of new regulations, does that help small his plln to require companies &pto ave unions whether the employees want to vote or
for places during the day time, it can happen to any of us."(ms. lewis/downtown residdnt) "it is very scary thougg, i will say that. i ean, working righ tup the street here and livinn downtown, i mean it's where you work and you live." witnesses ttld police at leasttfour maybe ive men attacked john massn on thh street, beat hii nearly unconscious... causing severe head iijuries. invvetigators are unsure f aa t taken frrm masonn(áááááquick nats of st. patrick'' ddy beatingááááá) it's n assauut remmnnscent of thh victim whh was beat, robbed and tripped outside patrick's day. he videe caaght on camera.. and seee on the internettby nearly a half a billion people. another bruttl downtown -attac say the area is safe. (guggielmi) "it's overwhemingly clear that people are saff downtown. i mean these incidents can happen annwhere, they happen the bottommlikk is, you kkow, - we''e outtaged." police say there is good news. there are aalot of area where the attack happened. ddtectives are sifting through video.. tryyng to see if the incidenn was ccughtton tape.. whichhco
will make appearances in pittsburgh, pennsylvania and cleveeand, ohho. election day is not whaa it used to be. instead of one day for millions to cast their votes.... now most states offerrearly voting on many days. and in maryland morr than 430 thousand vottrs have already cast their balloos. the number of early voters as 2010. soohow busy will the polll still be today? jjel d. smith is live at a polling site in cocceysviile with more on thh tiies to avoid lines. - 3 whileeearly voting... was a about.... 55-aryland...../ percenn of people ... ...to vote today... polling sites ... will be open... from... 7 a-m too8 p- m....//// fficials say... to... avoid having... to stand &p...in... long lines ...// come... before your lunch houu.....///... the llter it gets, the more people are expected to show up at the pollss alss, to streamline you are going to vote... with questions, senate seats, and ,3 of courseethe presidentiall election... this is a long ballot thii year. 33 "it's all in being prepared on the ballot and if voters ns &pwwold read
... greeted voters... outside... st. leo's cchrch... in... littly italy...//. a... u.s. senator sincee2007...,/ challengeddby epublican... daniel bon-gino ... and... independent ... rob... o--bonny...// whiie... cardin's... he's... ...to comprommse ... s - and... deal with issues... "iq:compromise is not a dirty word... oq:thatt what do."eed to do." cardin....appears... to have a pomfortaale lead..// . accooding... [workk.../ about... 50 percent of likeey voters... support ...the incumbent...// evee... with... aarecord nuuber of early casttng... mooe than... 400 thousand ballots... / we're... &p stiil eeing... long joel d. smith... takes us ...ttothe polling location... in cocceysville.../ where the linns... got... so long ...at timms,.../ some peoole... leff - voting. big moments in hissory are steps... orreven no steps at all. 1414 usullay you walk right in. its a loog line,, thing before ork, and i was just allkig to this woman here, and we weree etting more or less than an hour.1342 i wait heree a
....but the board of elections reassures us that it hass't interferred tto much with voting.also imporrant...to maae sure you read your samppe ballot before you vote...that will also ease up voting congesttin. "i care for my countrr and i like politics and listened to the debates.. and i defiiitely im here.. im voting" the pmportant to note that polling places like this one will close sharply at 8 pm....but election officials telllus if you are n ine at 8 pm...you willlbe able to vote.liie in north baltimore, jp fox45 news at 530. 3 vooees... casting their . ballot... today,.../ a... woman ...from... northwest baltimore... who... is... just... aa.. few months ...shy... of 100...///. as ... reports ...//, harriet jooes... isn't... lettiig her age... prevent her... from iccing a president. p3 (voice-"be real careful") this day: "i'mmgoing to vote &pfor my president- bows ead" herjournny: just two miles: (vvice)"ya think you ccn get me in that car? yeah we cann pill ddcide the destiny of a - nation. (in car close on harriet)"im 99 no
.i'm meganngilliland, foo45 morning news. the first ballots cast in the u-s... haveealready beee counte. counttd.the polls in the small town of dixville notch, new hhmpshire opened just after mid. midnight.pressdent ooama and mitt romney eech receeved ive votes.reeidents ave been voting aa midnight since 19- 68... but the tie is a first. another small new hampshire voted at midnight.the result there was obama 23, romney 9. election day is not what it used to be. instead of one day for millions to cast states offer early voting onn many days. and in marylaad more than 430 thousand otees have alleady cast their ballots. ballots. itts nearly twice the number of arly voters as today?? joel d. smith is live at polliig site in cockeysville with more on the expected turnout, and the best times to avoid lines. good morning joel d. good morning guys. success ...for maryland.... / officials... say... about.... 555percent of peoole ... wwll... come out ...to vvte today... polling sstes ... will be m..../// officials ay.... to... avoid having... to stand ...in... long lines ..
you choose to use, get a taxpayer benefit -- >> they're not getting a benefit, they're paying the same rate that your child is paying. >> that is taxpayer subsidize. >> the taxpayer sub sig sigh-- subsidizing for all marylanders,. >> they are to the marylanders. >> they will be paying the same rate. they are not eligible for scholarships from the state or the federal government. so they are paying the same rate. >> there are only a certain number of spots t is incredibly competitive to get not university of maryland these day. only so many spots available so these student kos potentially be taking a spot away from a resident, a u.s. resident out of state. >> okay that is correct that is correct. but we made it explicit in the bill, we made it very clear in the bill that it would not be at the expense of another maryland resident. >> i understand that. but i u.s. resident. >> it a shell game. >> you are talking about what the loophole is here is how it works. 25% of the revenue at the university of maryland comes from out of state students. they pay that extra money that operates the sc
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